The Roland MDX-40A CNC machine combines the advanced capabilities of a Subtractive Rapid Prototyping® (SRP) system with the ease-of-use of a benchtop CNC mill to provide product engineers and designers with a powerful 3D milling device. Offered at less than half the cost of additive systems, MDX-40A CNC mill produces affordable and highly accurate prototypes from a wide variety of non-proprietary materials with greater precision and excellent surface finish. Unlike other CNC machines used for rapid prototyping, the compact design of the MDX-40A is the perfect fit for any office and classroom space. It can even function as a CNC engraving machine.
Acceptable materials: Resins such as chemical wood and modeling wax (metal not supported)
X, Y, and Z strokes: 12 (X) x 12 (Y) x 4-1/8 (Z) in.
(305 (X) x 305 (Y) x 105 (Z) mm)
Distance from spindle tip to table: Maximum 123 mm (4-13/16 in.)
Minimum scan pitch: .002 in (.051 mm)
Scanning method Contacting, mesh-point height-sensing
Operating speed XY-axis: 0.6 to 1.1 in./s (15 to 30 mm/sec.)
Z-axis: 0.04 to 1.1 in./s (1 to 30 mm/sec.)
Includes: Power cord, USB cable, collet (ZC-23-6), Z0 sensor, hexagonal wrench, hexagonal screw drivers, spanners, Roland Software Package CD-ROM, SRP Player CD-ROM, user's manual, SRP Player installation and setup guide
Windows® 8 (32/64-bit); Windows® 7 (32/64-bit); Windows Vista® Home Premium (32-bit)/Business (32/64-bit); Windows® XP Home Edition/Professional (32/64-bit) and Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
Pentium® 4, 2.4GHz or faster recommended
12 (W) x 12 (D) in.
(305 (W) x 305 (D) mm)
Voltage and frequency: AC100 to 240 +/-10%, 50/60 Hz